At QUAIL, we strive to protect and enhance our residents' welfare, defend and promote their rights, and encourage greater social integration, using all available resources in the community.

Located in Chelsea, Quebec, QUAIL House opened its doors in May 1994 as a home to 6 developmentally challenged adults. Since our inception, we have worked with Pavillon du Parc to place English-speaking adults from the Outaouais region with developmental disabilities at the house. The home itself is situated on property owned by the Fondation Immobilière de l'Outaouais, and we have entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Fondation regarding its rental, use and maintenance.

Currently, we care for permanent residents and offer short-term respite services for residents who stay at the home on an occasional basis. We work in partnership with provincial agencies and local community organizations to ensure that all residents have access to the services they need.